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the nsa leaker is on the run and more secrets about u.s. surveillance programs could be revealed at any moment.
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tear gas, blasts of water all flying through the air. this is istanbul today as police move in on those protesters. and up, up and away. china launching its newest spaceship and cnn is there. welcome to "around the world." i'm suzanne malveaux. we get to tracking new developments in leak of classified government program p here is the latest. authorities are preparing charges against the man who leaked the information. his name edward snowden. government contractor said that snowden worked for the company and was fired yesterday after less than three months on the job. he said his salary was $122,000 a year and not 200,000 as snowden claimed. the journalist who broke the story is promising more secrets
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are going to be revealed. that's going to happen soon. he's working on stories right now but is not getting into the details. >> i'm not going to give you a preview in any meaningful sense. there's extremely invasive spying programs that the nsa regularly engages in to the extent we can shine light on them and bring transparency to them. >> snowden has left that hotel in hong kong. still believed to be in the city however. >> reporter: the whereabouts remain unknown. we do believe he's still here in hong kong after checking out from a hotel. we have managed to track down the hotel he was staying for the
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last three weeks and this is what he found. somewhere under these dark and stormy skies is believed to be the source of the biggest leaks in american intelligence history. he's been hiding in this densely populatedd city of seven millio people. the 29-year-old checked out on monday and has gone to ground. staff were willing to give us a tour of where the infamous american had taken refuge. this is the last place that he stayed. the luxurious mira hotel here in hong kong. this is a standard room. it goes for 400 u.s. dollars a night. we understand he stayed here for three weeks. that's a hotel bill of almost 8,000 u.s. dollars. he had every single meal inside here. he rarely went outside.
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he spent all his time here and this is where he leaked that highly sensitive information. since revealing his identity, there's been no word from the former cia computer technician. snowden said he considered seeking asylum in iceland. one of the journalists told me he firmly believes snowden is still in hong kong. a big mistake according to one hong kong politician. >> if he thought there was a legal vacuum in hong kong which renders here safe from u.s. j t jurisdiction, that's unlikely to be the case. >> reporter: hong kong has an extradition treaty with the united states. it does have exceptions which include political crimes. for now he's believed to be nearly a quarter of the way his 90 day tourist visa. some people believe he should be given asylum. >> he chose hong kong.
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i'm proud of that. >> i think he's in a bad position. i think he's in a precarious position for sure. >> reporter: this is obviously a huge story here in hong kong. everyone is intrigued to why he chose this city to flee to. the world's most wanted man breakings h ins his cover in ho. this local daily says he's a cia traitor. this one says cia agent flees to hong kong and begs for his life. the hong kong and chinese governments are refusing to comment. no word from the u.s. embassy as the world waits to see where snowden turns up next. the british guardian newspaper said they will be releasing information from him in the coming days further angering
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u.s. authorities. head of a group known for leaking secrets has some advice. wikileaks founder said he should head south. the best chance for finding asylum is in latin america. >> we don't know everything they put together. i hope there's something really solid. looking at it from the surface i would strongly advise him to go to latin america. latin america has shown in the past ten years that it is really pushing forward in human rights. there's a long tradition of assu asyl asylum. >> add russia to the list. the country would consider a question but he says no request has been made. you're looking here at
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turkish riot police taking on protesters in the heart of istanbul. protesters were throwing molotov cocktails. police responded with tear gas. arwa is in the scare. tell me what you're seeing. >> reporter: this situation has changed pretty dramatically throughout the day. the clashes began at 8:00 in the morning and there was a fairly intense back and forth where the riot police would move in firing tear gas, water cannons and at one point using rubber bullets trying to clear the square. right behind me that is park. it took on a life of its own.
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now we're actually seeing demonstrators flood in and riot place staying fairly on the outskirts. we were speaking to one of the commanders who told us -- >> arwa, you can see her reporting here. we'll continue to monitor this. we're around the world taking you live to these pictures and taking you to reporters who are on the ground where things are radically heating up. we'll go back as soon as we can get a better signal. in syria a pair of suicide bombers struck today killing 14 people and injuring 31 others. this is in central damascus. the violence between the government forces and the rebels very consistent around the capitol. the united nations has warned that all sides will be held accountable for the killing of
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civilians that is taking place almost on a daily basis. move onto south africa. authorities increase security today outside the hospital. this is where nelson mandela is being treated. police checked cars as they entered the building. he was rushed there. it was three days ago with a lung infection. it's a reoccurring problem. he's in serious but stable condition and outside his home children now from an elementary school are delivering a musical tribute. ♪ these children are from the primary school. they also left messages outside his home. call this sex, lies and the
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state department. some of them may have tried to cover up alleged sexual misconduct by american diplomats serving of seas. there's a new report from the department inspector general and it's laying out some of these details. i want to ask you specifically about one of the charges here and one of these allegations that a active u.s. ambassador ditched his protective security detail in order to solicit sexual favors from prostitutes and minor children. what do we know about that? >> reporter: i think it's important to back up and say that comes from a memo which is part of this internal state department investigation. in that memo it does lay that out. that's an allegation. the allegation again is this ambassador went to a park, ditched his security detail and
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engaged in some type of activity with prostitutes and with minors. now, that ambassador is denying those allegations calling them baseless. there are other allegations. all of this is part of this state department internal investigation by its inspector general and at this point it's not only that but it's the allegation that these things were covered up, not investigated or investigations were stopped. in this particular case with the ambassador it's alleged that a senior official back here at the state department wanted those investigators not to open investigation. let's listen to what the spokesperson for the state department said about all this. >> i can confirm they would be fully investigated. i'm not going to talk about specific cases. i can say broadly that the
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notion we would not vigorously pursue criminal misconduct in a case, in any case is preposterous. we've put individual behind bars for criminal behavior. there's record of that. ambassadors would be no exception. >> reporter: there will be more today at the state department add we have our usual briefing i'm sure this will come up in great detail. >> there's other allegations as well that when you had former secretary of state hillary clinton in office there that her security detail hired prostituted while over seas. is that part of this investigation? >> reporter: it is. there's eight examples included in this memo. that's one of them. allegations of under ground drug ring in baghdad and another one that a state department security officer engaged in sexual abuse of local employees who were
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security guards and in that case they said the investigator didn't have enough time or wasn't given enough time to investigate. these are all part of this. we have to say that just a few minutes ago our state department reporter did get reaction from hillary clinton's people saying she was up aware of any of those investigations mentioned in the oig report and we learned of it from the media and we don't know anything beyond what was reported. we'll have to get into a lot of detail. there is a lot of detail and a lot of it is allegations. >> all right. thank you so much. we'll be following that story. here is more of what we're working on. he's only 29 years old, not even a government employee. how did he get access to so much
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sensitivity information? we'll i venvestigate that. china launches its longest space mission. james bond fans, they know this place. this is an island. this is where the bad guy lives. the island's real life story almost as dark as the movie. we'll take you there. i am an american success story. i'm a teacher. i'm a firefighter. i'm a carpenter. i'm an accountant. a mechanical engineer. and i shop at walmart.
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truth is, over sixty percent of america shops at walmart every month. i find what i need, at a great price. and the money i save goes to important things. braces for my daughter. a little something for my son's college fund. when people look at me, i hope they see someone building a better life. vo: living better: that's the real walmart. even in stupid loud places. to prove it, we set up our call center right here... [ chirp ] all good? [ chirp ] getty up. seriously, this is really happening! [ cellphone rings ] hello? it's a giant helicopter ma'am. [ male announcer ] get it done [ chirp ] with the ultra-rugged kyocera torque, only from sprint direct connect. buy one get four free for your business. only from sprint direct connect. uh-oguess what day it is!is?? huh...anybody? julie! hey...guess what day it is?? ah come on, i know you can hear me.
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capzasin-hp. take the pain out of arthritis. in france, sex charge s hav been dropped. he was accused of assaulting a maid back in 2011. those charges were dropped. in france he was accused of pimping out prostitutes at a sex party. today prosecutors said there's not enough evidence to prove that. in afghanistan there's a strong denial. this from the taliban saying they're not responsible for
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beheading two children. they have launched an investigation to find out who killed those boys. the 10-year-old and 16-year-old were beheaded on sunday. in venezuela a plot to assassinate the country's president has been foiled. they were arrested on sunday as they tried to enter the capital. the president was elected in april after the death of hugo chavez. relations between columbia and venezuela has been strained. that's when chavez threatened to cut ties because columbia was too friendly with the united states. three chinese astronaut s
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blasted off into space. they're off to resupply a test lab. it's all part of china's efforts to ramp up its space program. >> reporter: countdown to liftoff. china's longest space mission yet, 15 days. it's not carrying not just three astronauts but the hopes of a nation that they can push ahead in the race to space. a few hours earlier china's president came to visit the two men and one woman who make up china's fifth ever manned space mission telling them they with realize china's space dream. then a fair well for the
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astronauts which like the launch was broadcast live by state tv. an effort to build popular support for this costly program. during their journey the astronauts will give lessons to school children back home. china is racing to catch up with europe and the united states in space development. currently it lags well behind. at the launch site the director admitted this could but the last mission. the plan is almost fixed he says but the time is not confirmed. . we do have plans for another space lab and more space capsules. what happens next is unclear. the current space module is reaching its life. raising the possibility that the next launches from here may be
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too a much larger more permanently manned space station. coming up, a young woman in peru dreams big thanks from inspiration from her dying father. her story is up next.
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all this week we're focusing on girl's education around the world. today we're looking at peru. living conditions are harsh but one girl is doingering she can. here is today's girl rising. >> translator: this is not a good place for kids. >> for me it was an absolutely breathtaking experience. i felt i was stepping back in history something have mideviel
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a bt pit p education is low in the sense of priorities. her father was such an inspiration. he said don't be like me. i never stepped foot inside a school. you can. >> i found out that my father was dying. i cried and i cried. i told my mom don't cry. i will succeed with or without my father. >> reporter: in place that's dark and ugly in so many ways this child has such a great appreciation for words. >> my poem would be i dream of being an engineer. i'm excited to grow. i will never let my dad down, and i will never fall behind. >> good for her. cnn's she's on track. she plans to attend college.
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go to that airs this sunday, 9:00 p.m. eastern. under the dream act students are allowed the stay in the united states while their parents are afternoon deported. today some of those kids will reunite with their moms and dads. we'll tell you about the program that's making that possible. [ female announcer ] think all pads are the same? don't.
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welcome back. here are the stories we're working on. it's day two of jury selection. this is in if george zimmerman murder trial. it's moving slowly. the attorneys are trying to seat a panel of six men and women for this highly publicized case. as far as their concern, they're
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concentrating on juror who have not followed the case slowly. zimmerman admits shooting the teen but says he acted in self-defense. they never even made it to the negotiating table. we're talking about north and south korea. the first high level talks between the two countries in years was due to start tomorrow but the plans were scrapped. it's because of a minor disagreement over who would lead each country's delegation. there was hope the talks would revise the economic plan and ease the relationships that fired after north korea launched a rocket and performed a nuclear test. : they are talking about immigration today. this impacts millions of people in this country. a couple of hours ago the president made his appear and he
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is talking about the young people who lived in the united states since they were kids and could finally become citizens. this is under the dream act. >> i've had chance to meet so many of them who have been willing to give face to the undocumented and have inspires a movement across america and with each step they reminded us time and again what this debate is all about. it's not abstract. it's about incredible young people who understand thems themselves to be americans and have done everything right but have still been hampered in achieving their american dream. >> there's something that's happening taking place right now as we speak involving a small group that's reuniting with their parents across the border. tell us how is this possible.
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>> this is emblematic of what's been happening to the dreamers. they are meeting their mothers in mexico whom they haven't seen because they were deported. part of what the president has been speaking today and in the past is that the situation of these young people is that the families have been separated in many cases and they're doing this not only to see their parents, they're doing this to send a message to congress about how the broken immigration system which has been broken by both republicans and democrats is creating the situation where you have families on two sides of the border. >> if these kids went over to mexico, they have to stay in mexico, right? they couldn't do back into the united states. >> last year the president announced a plan. under the plan they are now
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allowed to stay for two years. before that, once you're out, you're out. there would thot have been any way of coming back. >> is the president saying after the two years is up we still think the kids should be able to stay. is that what he's pushing for? >> this case or the case for immigration reform especially the dream act has been talked about since 2001 an has failed multiple times in congress. i can taub about the push a republican john mccain made a number of years ago. dick durbin, a democrat, they worked together on a bill and they're asking for very special things. kids who were brought legillega by their parents and kids entered the country before they
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were 16, went to school, served in the military. no criminal background. it's probably going to be very emotional. >> thank you. how did edward snowden get access to the nsa's top secret information. an insider take us through this prosces process. julie! hey...guess what day it is?? ah come on, i know you can hear me. mike mike mike mike mike... what day is it mike? ha ha ha ha ha ha! leslie, guess what today is? it's hump day. whoot whoot! ronny, how happy are folks who save hundreds of dollars switching to geico? i'd say happier than a camel on wednesday. hump day!!! yay!! get happy. get geico. fifteen minutes could save you fifteen percent or more.
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: we're learning more about the man who leaked details from his employer. he was fired from the company yesterday after less than three months on the job. the company says that snowden's salary was $122,000 a year not the $200,000 that was referred to before. also law enforcement officials said authorities are preparing charges against snowden. nothing yet imminent. any person with security clearance should know they are obligated to protect classified information.
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can an i.t. guy get that kind of access? >> reporter: government investigators thought they knew edward snowden. he sat throug personal interviews and then the government gave him access to some of its biggest secrets. >> from your experience how deep do they go into your personal background? >> it's very extensive. >> the rules for clearances don't change whether you're a government employee or a contract employee. >> reporter: edward snowden would have started by filling out this form revealing his finances in any foreign contacts. the investigators start by talking to friends and family but then use what they say to generate more contacts. >> then they'll go for people you don't put on the form.
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>> reporter: he's one of half a million contractors but few have access to as much information as snowden, an information security engineer. >> why does an i.t. guy get access to so much snfgs. >> it's because of where he sits. >> reporter: as a system administrator snowden could likely see outside the need to know boxes that constrain come contractors. >> they may not understand the background of the information they see but they can see information. >> reporter: a former official tells cnn the nsa disabled the usb drives on most computers and using software to detect flash media. >> there are ways of auditing those kinds of transactions. >> reporter: he could not run without contractor that's how dependent they are. because the intel community has
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moved from a need to know to a need to share, one i.t. worker has basic says to more information than he would have had ten years ago. in the james bond movie sky fall this is the home of the bad guy but in real life people used to compare this island to hell. i'll show you why coming up next. carpenter. i'm an accountant. a mechanical engineer. and i shop at walmart. truth is, over sixty percent of america shops at walmart every month. i find what i need, at a great price. and the money i save goes to important things. braces for my daughter. a little something for my son's college fund. when people look at me, i hope they see someone building a better life. vo: living better: that's the real walmart.
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welcome back. right now a quick check of the markets in new york. stocks were under some pressure this morning. you can see the dow at 15,000 so. quiet trading today and yesterday following weeks of gains that pushed the dow to an all time high. it's a mystery. three deaths all in the same hotel room. first an elderly couple died in april. just this weekend an 11-year-old boy died and his mother was found barely alive in that same room. looks like the case has been solved. all three died from carbon monoxide poisoning. they suspect a heater from below might have been the cause. a bomber has been raised from the bottom of the english channel. the plane was shot down more
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than 70 years ago. this was during the battle of britain. they think it's only one of its kind in the world. the bomber is being restored. it will be put on display. sad news. three people have died in germany's flash flooding. 4,000 german troops are dropping huge bags of sand from the air. this is the swollen elba river. i want to bring in carl penhall live. that's the elba river behind you. tell us what do we expect. >> reporter: that's correct. the longest rout it has burst its bank in certain places. in the area where we are there have been two breeches and throughout the course of the say we see military helicopters fly
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over with huge bags of sand. on the one hand they are dropping them from the air into place in large quantities and on the ground in these small villages and in town as well we see a joint effort by the military and firefighters literally filling tens of thousands of sand bags to help protect homes from the flood waters. it's been a bit of a mixed blessing. it means that towns and cities have been relieved because the flood waters hasn't risen as high as expected but the danger is not over. more towns and cities are expected to be here in the course of the evening and tomorrow. >> all right. we'll be following those developments to see how folks are coping with all of that
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water. thanks again. appreciate it. this is some hope in a story we have been talk about. sarah has cystic ffibrosis. she needs a transplant. she is now given the chance. there's one nascar driver who is trying to change this. >> we can make an impact on finding a cure for cystic fibrosis. it affects breathing and the lungs don't function. my first experience was my cousin. i never understood why he had to take so much medicine every single day until i got older
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doi hope that wasn't for me, but that is. >> james bond goes to the villain's island hide away. we go to hashima island, japan. >> reporter: the ruins of abandoned apartment blocks loom out of mist. we're speeding toward hashima island. looks so eerie. we're not traveling in the style
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that james bond did but some you have may recognize the ie lslan from the latest movie. built in pine wood studios but modelled on hashima. in reality this was once a bustling metropolis. built above a rich seem the mines fueled japan's wartime efforts and post war industrial growth. at its peak in 1959 more than 5,000 people housed in crowded apartment blocks on this tiny 16 acre patch of rock. we see where he lived in 1961. it reminded me of hong kong. cooking hours were noisy. wives exchanging food they couldn't eat. tho one needed to lock the door. the faded imprints of lungs
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still visible. miners were regularly screened for lung disease. the temperature was about 35 degrees celsius. the humidity was over 95%. it was like doing hard labor in a sauna. the lure of easy money brought him here but after a year he left. conditions on the island too unforgiving. these steps were known as the steps to hell. although many people describe life on the island as one big happy family and many people said they didn't want to leave, for the koreans and the chinese prisoners who have war who were brought to work this was a form of hell. in the peace museum testimonies from some of the forced labors brought to hashima during the days of the empire. the common stories i would hear is they were enormously hungry the director said.
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they said you'd feed animals more. many tried to escape but if they were discovered they were taken back and tortured almost to death. a very limbed part of the island far away from the precarious ruins is now open to visitors. in the last three years some 300,000 have come here korea objects. japan has offered a general apology for the damage and suffering caused by its colonial ruins it remains a symbol of aggression that will not heal. a lot of football players smack each other on the field but it's frowned on in the courtroom. that's right former nfl star chad johnson was on the receiving end of a plea deal on a domestic violence charge. the judge told him he should
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thank his attorney so johnson patted him on the rear. well everybody was amenopaused by it but not so much the judge. >> he's an excellent attorney. do you have any questions? this isn't a joke. >> i didn't do it as a joke. >> everybody in the courtroom was laughing. >> well, that caused him 30 days in jail, extra year in probation. coming up the judge will join us to talk about whether or not that punishment is fair. [ male announcer ] this is bob,
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for more information including cost support options, call 1-888-xarelto or visit a singing astronaut hanging up his space suit. ♪ i love this guy. the canadian astronaut said he is now retiring. he hasn't decided what's next for him but after 20 years of living in houston to be near the space center he said he promised his wife they would live in canada. an extreme stunt goes wrong
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in spain. this woman jumped off the roof of the hotel in a base jumping extreme world championship. it went horribly wrong. her parachute opened the wrong way. the jumper slammed into the building a few times before the it caught a snag. she walked away with a few bruises and a broken nose. a very, very lucky she was indeed. don't do that at home. that's it for "around the world." "cnn newsroom" starts now. on the run and in hiding. new details on the man who leaked the top secret government spying program. pl plus, tense moments in turkey. police used tear gas and water
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canons on protesters and hillary clinton sending her first tweet but it's her profile that's got everybody talking and is she sending a message about a possible presidential run. this is "cnn newsroom." i'm suzanne malveaux. the 29-year-old who leaked details is on the move. authorities are busy preparing their case against edward snowden. he's left his hoe tole but is still believed to be hiding out in the city high pressure he said he expected to be charged but he's hoping for asylum. i want to talk about where we are in the investigation. are charges imminent? >> reporter: i don't think they are. i'm told from a law enforcement source that charges

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